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  • On this episode of This Green Earth , Nell Larson and guest co-host Katy Wang will speak with (0:59) Mindy Wheeler, the rare plants coordinator for the state of Utah. She’ll explain what it means to protect Utah’s native plants, and share the results of their new Utah Pollinator Habitat Grant program.Then (24:40) Heather Watkins of Bold Reuse and Celia Peterson from Park City Municipal Corporation talk about the idea of a circular economy and how this and other ideas will help them approach the city’s stated goal of zero waste by 2030.
  • In this episode of This Green Earth, host Nell Larson and guest host Katy Wang are joined by Heather Watkins of Bold Reuse and Celia Peterson from Park City Municipal Corporation. Bold resuse is a full-service reuse platform. From strategy to full-scale operations, they help make reuse programs shine. Heather loves to work with high growth companies on a mission to change the world. Prior to Bold Reuse (formerly GO Box), Heather was the Head of Growth at Impossible Foods, founder of a growth marketing agency and Sr. Marketing Director at Optimizely and Marketo. They talk about the idea of a circular economy and how this and other ideas will help them approach the city’s stated goal of zero waste by 2030.
  • In this episode of This Green Earth , Nell Larson and guest co-host Katy Wang will speak with Mindy Wheeler, the rare plants coordinator for the state of Utah. House Bill (HB) 224 was passed by the Utah legislature in March 2021. It tasks the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food (UDAF) with creation of a three-year pilot program to improve pollinator habitat in Utah. UDAF is currently receiving support from local non-profits and other conservation specialists with initial efforts to establish the pilot program.Mindy explains what it means to protect Utah’s native plants, and share the results of their new Utah Pollinator Habitat Grant program.
  • Park City Municipal Environmental Sustainability Project Manager Celia Peterson explains the to-go container pilot program and previews the Mountain Towns 2030 conference.
  • On today's Local News Hour, host Leslie Thatcher's guests are: (10:20) Park City Municipal Environmental Sustainability Project Manager Celia Peterson, talking about the to-go container pilot program for October and preview of MT2030, (22:25) Park City Councilmember Max Doilney recapping last night's meeting, and (41:05) Park City Film Director Katy Wang joining the show with monthly movie highlights.
  • Recycle Utah director Carolyn Wawra and Park City Municipal Sustainability Program Manager Celia Peterson with details on the green business model, dumpster days and the Uncorked benefit concert.
  • On today's Local News Hour, host Leslie Thatcher's guests include: (07:57) Park City Recreation Manager Ken Fisher has details about the community survey on recreation that is now underway, (19:34) Deer Valley Food and Beverage Manager Jacob Musyt and Senior Communications Manager Emily Summers have details on the opening of the summer season, (30:37) Recycle Utah director Carolyn Wawra and Park City Municipal Sustainability Program Manager Celia Peterson with details on the green business model, dumpster days and the Uncorked benefit concert and (44:29) Friends of the Farm member Patricia Stokes has details about Saturday's Your Barn Door is Open tour.
  • On today's Local News Hour:(04:16) - Rick Brough reports on Summit County Health Board gets good news mixed with concerns.(09:00) - Park City Municipal…
  • During the first half of the show, Celia Peterson from Park City's Sustainability Department joined Chris and Nell to discuss the City's efforts to…
  • On today’s program, Summit County Manager Tom Fisher discusses the agenda for Wednesday's county council meeting, including a look at the options being…